Sod lawns are better than grass seed. Pre-grown grass is cheaper than grass seed upfront but the benefits are far greater.
Soft grass is best for pets and children. You can play or relax on grass, which is also the best outdoor surface. Your home can be distinguished in the neighborhood with a new green lawn.
The fastest way to make a lawn is by sodding. After it has been planted into seed for one year, the sod will be mature. Professionally-grown lawns will be less weedy and more dense.
If you take care of your newly planted yard, it can be used within three weeks. Although seeding may seem cheaper at first, there are many hidden costs such as erosion, over-seeding, and reseeding. Seeds can take up three weeks to germinate. To grow a mature, healthy lawn from seeds takes time.
Once it is installed, sod is easier to maintain than grass seeds. It is important to water the soil regularly until it establishes roots. The sod will not dry as fast as the seeded area.
For the first week, the sod must be watered twice daily. This is in contrast to the four to six sessions that are required to keep the soil moist. It is easier to water the grass less often and saves time and water.
Sod matures the moment it’s planted. It immediately stops eroding. Stabilization can also be achieved by sodding steep hills and slopes.
They remove dirt and dust from your yard and help to eliminate mud. Your lawn absorbs carbon dioxide, and then releases oxygen. This keeps the air around your home fresh.